Running

Becoming a Runner

By on November 18, 2015

 

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I have no memories before the age of 29 of enjoying running.  I played softball, but, well, there is not a lot of sustained running in that sport, and I definitely have memories of not being very fast at all running between bases.  I tried playing basketball in junior high.  That was a lot of running!  I was not good at basketball at all.  I was 13-14 years old at that time and after that season was over, I pretty much never ran even a quarter of a mile for the next 15 years. 

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8 Tips and Suggestions to Help Change Your Eating Habits

By on September 14, 2015

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At the beginning of this lifelong journey to health and fitness, I had atrocious eating habits. —-What follows is the nitty-gritty of what one would need to do to change an unhealthy diet into a healthy one.—— 

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How to Feel Happy in 15 Minutes

By on August 3, 2015

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The first 10-15 minutes of a run, or any workout for that matter, is the worst.  It’s difficult, I don’t really want to do it, I haven’t started sweating yet, I can think of all the things I’d rather be doing instead.  

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7 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Get Fit

By on July 29, 2015

Motivation, we can find it so many places.  Sometimes motivation is born from a positive place, other times negative experiences or feelings can become our greatest motivators.  Here I will give you 7 ways to motivate yourself to get fit (and lose weight if that is one of your goals). 

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